I saw this conflict resolution page up in a classroom and thought it had some good ideas:
A few days ago, I wrote about the Children’s book, Rainbow Fish, by Marcus Pfister. Click here for the original post. I found a few more fun activities that can help you continue your focus on social skills and high morals.
Retell the story and act it out using decorated clothespins as scales (source).
Glue pieces of tissue paper and googly eyes onto paper plates (source unknown).
Decorate old CD’s with sequins and glitter (source unknown).
The Children’s book, Rainbow Fish, by Marcus Pfister, has always had a special spot in my heart. From the time it was published in 1992, I have loved the illustrations, and especially the morals (sharing and humility brings happiness). The author has since published many more books that teach about character and social skills (click here for more information). I think these books are perfect for classrooms, especially since schools are being given more and more responsibility for teaching children basic character and social skills. So here are a few activities to do after reading the book. Use each activity as an opportunity to discuss these character traits and social skills with your class.
Trace hands and make fancy fish (source).
Create a class wall piece showing the qualities of a friend (source).
Paint bubble wrap and then press it onto paper like it’s a stamp (source).